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R&D collaboration agreements: how to deal with IP

26 September 2018

Technology continues to expand into new areas as manufacturing processes are re-imagined and everyday items become connected. Consequently businesses in all sectors are increasingly looking to collaborate with other parties in order to develop next generation products and services. In entering into such arrangements it is crucial that you obtain the necessary rights to exploit the newly created technology, whilst protecting your background rights and the confidentiality of any core know-how.

In this webinar, Selina Hinchcliffe and Nick Smee introduce you to some of the key questions to ask when first considering collaboration, plus the various IP ownership and licensing options that you need to contemplate.

Follow our LinkedIn Technology showcase page where you’ll find lots of useful resources and information aimed at the technology sector.

 

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Intellectual property webinar series

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Selina Hinchliffe

Selina Hinchliffe

Partner

Selina is a non-contentious IP transactional lawyer with particular experience of working with clients in the utilities, energy and tech sectors.

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Nick Smee

Nick Smee

Senior Associate

Nick has acted on a series of high-profile trade mark and patent disputes and also advises on complex IP transactions, and advises clients in a range of different sectors including retail and leisure, food and drink, tech, construction and automotive.

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